Developing a Google SRE Culture
In many IT organizations, incentives are not aligned between developers, who strive for agility, and operators, who focus on stability. Site reliability engineering, or SRE, is how Google aligns incentives between development and operations and does mission-critical production support. Adoption of SRE cultural and technical practices can help improve collaboration between the business and IT. This course introduces key practices of Google SRE and the important role IT and business leaders play in the success of SRE organizational adoption.
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- Explain why SRE is important to an organization’s IT transformation project's success
- Distinguish between DevOps and SRE
- Articulate the pillars of DevOps
- The five common cloud change paths.
- Explain how SRE practices align to DevOps pillars
- Understand the value SRE can provide to an organization
- Describe the technical and cultural fundamentals of SRE
- Assess organizational SRE maturity level
- Identify where SRE can be applied within the business
- Recognize the skills an SRE needs
- Articulate the different types of SRE team implementations
- Advocate for SRE culture adoption across the organization
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